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At 24, Bri Pasko hadn’t thought much about children, besides assuming she’d have them one day. A breast cancer diagnosis would force her look at her fertility and decide what she'd do to preserve her options.
Outliving the Odds
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In 20 years, Harry Peterson exhausts his doctor's 'Bag of Tricks," finds hope in a clinical trial.
Cancer survivor offers patients, caregivers Epic Experience
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In June 2007, a month after he graduated from Regis University, Michael Ferro felt a lump on his testicle.
Breast cancer changed patient’s life “for the better”
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In January 2011, Jeanne Bohm had no idea that her life was about to change for the better.
When John Sharp leaves Colorado this week for his Prostate Cancer Torch, a 10,000 mile...
That dude is tough as nails
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No sore throat should last a year and a half. Tim Elliott tried antibiotics and...
Don’t Call Him Superman
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Joel Groebner is a Living Testament to the Power of Phase I Clinical Trials, Faith...
The tale of the tongue
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Editor’s note: Mark Grogan is a head and neck cancer patient at the University of...
Caregiver shown all things possible
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By Myka Landry I am a caregiver to my husband, Pat. In 2009, Pat was...
NTRK1: a new oncogene and target in lung cancer
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